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My refrigerator is a ge profile bottom freezer is it normal that its verry warm in the back

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Do you have your condenser coils at the back ? Yes it is normal - How much air clearence do you have at the back ? If your unit is fairly close to the wall there is not much room for the heat to dissipate properly - those condensers do get hot and radiate heat - it is important for your fridge to get rid of heat and critical to its cooling properly. Make sure the condensers are cleana nd not clogged with dust - if your ambiant room temperature is hot your refrigerator will work harder and you will feel it getting warmer at the back - check to see if your compressor runtime is excessive or not and make sure your cooling temps are in the normal range - Freezer no warmer than 10F (optimal at 0F and colder) and refrigerator no warmer than 40F, optimal at 34F.

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